Government

CBS Cites Corruption Expert, Without Saying He's a Democratic Candidate

'Evening News' 'Follow the Money' segment gives one-sided account of a federal fraud probe in the military's food-supply operations for the Iraq war.

Gore: Universal Health Care a 'Right'

Nobel Peace Prize winner posts video over weekend calling for health care as an American right.

ABC, CBS Change Tune and Recognize Woes of Social Security

Networks show improved coverage, but where were they in Spring 2005 when it was the 'hot-button' issue?

Hillary Dodges Social Security Questions; Doesn't Want to 'Spook' Americans

In CNBC interview, Sen. Clinton claims tax cuts ineffective; says her tax hikes wouldn't hurt the economy.

'Evening News' Sings the Blues for Employers of Illegal Immigrants

CBS gives sympathetic portrait of businesses breaking the law, overlooks economic facts.

Matthews Takes GOP 'Economic Issue' Debate to Iraq and Beyond

Moderator helped push discussion into non-economic concerns including bin Laden and policing Internet.

'GMA' Discourages Enforcement of Immigration Laws

Sawyer offers one-sided account that includes need for Mexican labor, emotional pleas and misleading information.

So Much for the ABC 'Recession' Talk

Job numbers outdo predictions and revisions change August numbers from negative to positive.

CBS Still Down on Blackwater After Firm Rescues Polish Ambassador in Iraq

After company's CEO Erik Prince is grilled by congressional Democrats and castigated by the media, security contractor does its job in Iraq.

Networks Give More Time to Democratic Critics of Blackwater 'Mercenaries'

Both CBS and NBC also overlook the $100 million saved by hiring private contractor versus the government providing security through State Department.
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